Discover one of the richest areas with the greatest diversity of species on the Pacific coasts, the borders of the Coquimbo Green North and the origins of the world`s driest desert: the Atacama. We will travel through attractive landscapes and refuges of ancient shepherds, miners and farmers until we reach the coast of the most experienced fishermen of Chile 'Choros, Changos and Camanchacas'. We will sail the islands Gaviotas, Choros and Damas to visit its beautiful beaches, geomorphology and diversity of plants and cacti along with its attractive fauna of penguins, dolphins, sea birds, otters and sea lions.
Humboldt Penguin Reserve
Departure from CasaMolle towards La Serena and the North with
views of Quebrada Juan Soldado (the oldest legend in Chile) and the coastal geological sanctuary of Caleta de Hornos.
Stop in Quebrada Los Choros and sighting of guanacos, foxes
and cactus of the borders Coquimbo - Atacama.
Option 1/ Arrival at Punta de Choros, navigation and observation of marine species Isla Choros and descent in Isla Damas to visit its trails, beaches and beautiful landscapes.
Option 2/ Arrival to Chañaral de Aceituno cove with boarding for private diving tour with tank.
Return to Punta de Choros and lunch 'Ancestral Gastronomy of Traditions': fresh fish and seafood from the Humboldt current.
Photographic tour to the facades of Los Choros village.
Return to CasaMolle.
10 hours approx.
Entrace tickets associated with the program.
Binoculars and portable microscope.
Private boat for navigation or private diving tour with tanks in Caleta Chañaral de Aceituno.